Bunnell, FL Flagler Country Land 0. acre for sale in Bunnell, FL

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Lot in Daytona North, Mondex, Bunnell, Owner Financing!



If you are looking for a place to build a home, or put a mobile home, without deed restrictions and tons of rules telling you what you can or cannot do, this .98 acre corner lot at 2952 Royal Palm Drive at the corner of Royal Palm Drive and Tangerine Ave in the Daytona North subdivision of Bunnell, Florida, also known as the Mondex is perfect.



Located in a nice, quiet spot in the country, yet convenient to Bunnell and Palm Coast, you can flip a coin to decide if you want to spend the day fishing at the lake or sunning at the beach!



Prices have been going up in this area, but I am trying to keep this at a price that is affordable for working families. The cash price for this lot is $9999. Owner Financing with no credit check is available at $199 down and $212.58 per month for 5 years. There is a $199 Document Processing Fee due at signing.



This lot is sold free and clear of any liens or mortgages. Taxes are paid up to date.



Property Taxes are a low $186.15 per year.



If you have any specific questions about what you can or cannot do or can or cannot build on this property, please contact the Flagler County Planning and Zoning department directly. I do not want to accidentally give you incorrect information. The parcel id # for this lot is 13-12-28-1800-00690-0080.



I also have another lot available a few lots away and across the street at 2863 Royal Palm Drive for the same price in case you'd like that spot better or have a friend or family member that would like to be nearby.



For more information, please call Mike at 888-355-1277 or visit my website at www.MikeSellsLand.com

  • Price: $9,999

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